Monday, 4 August 2014

Sugababes singer Amelle Berrabah injured on BBC's Tumble

Sugababes singer Amelle Berrabah injured on BBC's Tumble


Amelle Berrabah has been injured while training for BBC's Tumble.

The Sugababes star had just completed a move when she dislocated her ankle, causing permanent injury, reports The Daily Star.

Tumble, Amelle Berrabah, Doug Fordyce

Berrabah said: "I was celebrating landing a move and my ankle popped out and I just fell to the floor. It's happened since and I've had it strapped up.

"It's much bigger than the other ankle now and it's going to stay that way. I'm disfigured for the rest of my life."

The singer will remain on the BBC gymnastics show and is seeing a physio to help with the "exhausting" training schedule.

"Training is very gruelling," she said. "I'm seeing the physio twice a week.

Tumble: Amelle Berrabah, John Partridge, Sarah Harding, Ian H Watkins, Andrea Mclean, Lucy Mecklenburgh, Bobby Lockwood, Emma Samms, Mr Motivator, Carl Froch

"It's physically exhausting and a test of your mind as well."

Fellow Tumble celebrity Mr Motivator was forced to leave the competition earlier this week (July 28), after dislocating his knee during a trial run of the programme.

Steps member Ian H Watkins also shared photos online of the hand injuries he suffered while training for the reality show.

Tumble starts this month (August) on BBC One.

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